Icy & Sota brothers' artistic duo

ICY & SOT are 2 stencil artists and brothers from Tabriz, Iran, currently residing in Brooklyn New York.

Technique: They transcend their histories of artistic and political censorship by using their striking stencils to envision a world freed from borders, war and gun violence. They focus on stencil with clean lines and potent symbolism.

Exposure: Their work has contributed to Iranian and international urban Art culture by depicting human rights, ecological justice, social and political issues. It appears on walls and galleries throughout Iran, USA, Germany, China, Norway, Italy, France, Australia, Finland, Netherlands…

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Photos SAM Miami festival by Loic Ercolessi. Other photos @Icy&Sot

Dates
  • 2015 Shows

    Sep. 2015 Brotherhood / Jonathan Levine Gallery – New York – USA
    Aug. 2015 CUTitALISM / Reed Projects Gallery – Stavanger – Norway
    Jun. 2015 Your kid can’t do this / Ambush Gallery – Sydney – Australia
    Jun. 2015 STENCIL / Dorian Grey Gallery – New York – USA
    Jan. 2015 Opening up / Francis Boeske Projects – Amsterdam – Netherlands
    Jan. 2015 SANS TITRE / Galerie Mathgoth – Paris – France
    Jan. 2015 CUT IT OUT / Urban nation – Berlin – Germany
    Jun. 2015 Your kid can’t do this / Ambush Gallery – Sydney – Australia
    Jun. 2015 STENCIL / Dorian Grey Gallery – New York – USA

  • 2014 Shows

    Sep. 2014 The reunion / ABC treehouse gallery – Amsterdam – Netherlands
    Jul. 2014 Project space / Woodward Gallery – New York – USA
    Jun. 2014 NYC to Tehran / Seyhoun art Gallery – Tehran – Iran
    Apr. 2014 (Newmerica) birth of a nation / Exit room Gallery – Brooklyn – USA

  • 2013 Shows

    Oct. 2013 Young New Yorkers / Allegra la viola Gallery – New York – USA
    Oct. 2013 Cut teeth / Great jones space – New York – USA
    Mar. 2013 East middle west tour – San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston and Chicago

  • 2012 Shows

    Sep. 2012 Graff the peace / Opera Gallery – Paris – France
    Sep. 2012 I ran with Iran / Nicolas Hugo Gallery – Paris – France
    Aug. 2012 Made in Iran / open house gallery – New York – USA
    Jun. 2012 Stencil / Dastan basement Gallery – Tehran – Iran
    Jun. 2012 A cut above II / Espionage Gallery – Adelaide – Australia
    May. 2012 Re print / Hendershot Gallery – New York – USA
    Apr. 2012 Street smart / Bergen kjøtt – Bergen – Norway

  • 2011 Shows

    Dec. 2011 Contemporary Iranian Art / Chiellerie Gallery – Amsterdam – Netherlands
    May. 2011 Twente biennale / hengelo – Overijssel – Netherlands
    Apr. 2011 Degage / Itinerrance Gallery – Paris – France
    Apr. 2011 WALLS TALK / Mehrin Gallery – Tehran – Iran

  • 2010 Shows

    Jan. 2010 Icy and Sot / Mehrin Gallery – Tehran – Iran

  • 2009 Shows

    Sep. 2009 from the streets of Iran / Crewest gallery – Los Angles -USA
    Jun. 2009 Vinyl factory / Mondopop Gallery – Roma – Italy
    Feb. 2009 Urban art group exhibition / Arte Gallery – Tehran – Iran

  • 2008 Shows

    May. 2008 Stencil / art house – Tabriz – Iran

Artwork
  • The right to play - Spray paint - 18'x 7.17' - SOLD
    SAM Miami Festival 2017
  • The right to play (detail) - Spray paint
    SAM Miami Festival 2017
  • Installation
    SAM Miami Festival 2017
  • Installation
    SAM Miami Festival 2017
  • Pencil the most powerful weapon
    2014
  • VAF - SWitzerland
    2014
  • Amsterdam
    2014
  • Prospect Park - Brooklyn
  • Freedom - Iran
  • Little girl - Iran
  • Dream - Williamsburg
  • Death before dishonor - Iran
  • Pollution - New-York
  • Icy & Sot - Stencil Artists
    March 2014
  • Icy & Sot, Iran
    2010
  • Europe Journey
    2014
  • Free speech
    2015
  • Contamination
    2015
  • UN - Portrait of freedom
    2015
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